A Minnesota man was arrested Wednesday after threatening employees at a Social Security office, KAAL reported.
According to Capt. John Sherwin of the Rochester Police Department, Leonard Booth, 26, walked into the Social Security office at 10:15 a.m. and complained that he was unable to receive benefits. Booth began “acting erratically” and threatened employees with bodily harm, Sherwin told KAAL.
Sherwin was arrested by police and taken to the Olmsted County Adult Detention Center, KAAL reported. During the booking process, Sherwin said officers found Booth in possession of less than a gram of cocaine.
Booth is facing a felony terroristic threats charge and a fifth-degree controlled substance charge, KAAL reported.
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